Ten Charged after Police Raids across Shepherd's Bush

15 - 22 year-olds charged with offences including drug dealing

Hammersmith and Fulham Borough Commander Gideon Springer

Borough Commander Gideon Springer

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Ten people have been charged with a number of offences including drug dealing following raids across Hammersmith and Fulham.

Class A and B drugs were seized along with £24,000 as part of an intelligence-led operation which saw officers carry out a total of ten search warrants in the White City Estate and surrounding areas of Shepherd's Bush.

The dawn raids, which began at 6am took place on Tuesday, 14 July. More than 165 officers from Hammersmith and Fulham Borough were supported by colleagues from across the Met, including the Territorial Support Group and Dog Support Unit.

Those arrested charged were aged between 15 and 22. They subsequently appeared at Hammersmith Magistrates’ Court and were either remanded into custody or on conditional bail.

They are:

Xhemanji Nallbani, 18 of Cleverley Estate, Wormholt Road, was charged with supplying crack cocaine and diamorphine and possession of crack cocaine and diamorphine. He was remanded into custody and will appear at Isleworth Crown Court on 28 July.

Mustafa Dirrie, 18 of Durban House, White City Estate, was charged with supplying crack cocaine and diamorphine. He was remanded into custody and will next appear at Isleworth Crown Court on 11 August.

Emanuel Rokosu, 19 of Richford Street, W6 was charged with supplying crack cocaine and diamorphine. He was remanded into custody and will next appear at Isleworth Crown Court on 11 August.

Lloyd Brown, 18 Lime Grove was charged with supplying crack cocaine and diamorphine and being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine and diamorphine. He was remanded into custody and will next appear at Isleworth Crown Court on 11 August.

Ismail Abdirahman, 21, of Bentinck House, White City Estate was charged with supplying crack cocaine. He was remanded into custody and will next appear at Isleworth Crown Court on 11 August.

Hussain Dualeh, 22 of Mackay House, W12 was charged with supplying crack cocaine and diamorphine. He was remanded into custody and will next appear at Isleworth Crown Court on 11 August.

A 17 year-old boy was accused of supplying crack cocaine and diamorphine. He will appear on 23 July at Hammersmith Youth Court. He is currently on conditional bail.

A 17 year-old boy was accused of being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine and diamorphine. He will appear on 23 July at Hammersmith Youth Court. He is currently on conditional bail.

A 17 year-old boy was accused of being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine and diamorphine. He was remanded into custody and will appear at Isleworth Crown Court on 11 August.

A 15 year-old boy was accused of supplying crack cocaine and diamorphine and being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine and diamorphine. He will appear on 28 July to Hammersmith Youth Court. He is currently in custody.

At the time they were arrested, Chief Superintendent Gideon Springer, Hammersmith and Fulham Borough Commander, said: "Today's intensive operation has culminated from concerns, information and intelligence gathered from the community.

" We have recognised criminal activity in the form of drug dealing and associated violence in White City which has stemmed from gang related activity. This morning's action will have a significant impact on the supply of Class A drugs in and around the area and the crimes it produces.

"These raids send a powerful message to individuals who attempt to live outside of the law; we are watching those dealing drugs and will arrest those responsible as well as their associates.

"Together with the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and the community we are determined to stop offenders in their tracks and prevent another victim falling into their hands. Our message is clear; if you are intent on committing crime, you risk an early morning wake up call from our team and a future behind bars."

July 15, 2015